Thursday, August 19, 2010

Thymes Sweetleaf Baby Shampoo and Wash Review

The wonderful people at Thymes sent me some products so that I can tell you all about them! I've been a big fan of Thymes since I first found their rollerball perfume in a small boutique shop over five years ago.

Who is Thymes?
Thymes is a company that strives to provide its customers unique and complex collections with expressive scents and lots of personality. Over 200 hours of scientific research and testing goes into each and every product. Their collections have expanded into not only frangrances for adults but products for baby and for your home as well.

What Did I Get?

Thymes Sweetleaf Baby Wash & Shampoo - 9.25 fl oz.

What do I think of the Sweetleaf Baby Shampoo and Wash?
As most moms are, I am very protective of what goes on my babies skin. Since my son has really sensitive skin and has mild eczema it is really important that the products I use on him doesn't contain harmful dyes and chemicals. I loved that this baby wash did not contain parabens (chemicals) and was clinically tested for mildness. It also contained several organic ingredients which made me feel really good about using it on my son. Also, my favorite feature of the product was that it was both a baby wash and shampoo.  We all know how busy our lives can be so it was one less thing I had to buy or worry about using. The product had a very mild fragrance and contained soothing lavender to help calm baby for night time. Every time I use a Thyme product I am more impressed every time I use it. 

How can you get your own Thymes Sweetleaf Baby Shampoo and Wash?
The bottle of Sweetleaf Baby Shampoo and Wash I received is only $16.00.  You can order it online through or you can search their Store Locator and find a store that carries it near you.

Disclosure: I was provided a sample of the product to facilitate this review at no cost and was not compensated for reviewing this sample. The opinions expressed in this review are 100% mine. Thank you to the generous people at Thymes for providing me the sample!

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